Definition of Effeminate:
having female qualities
Sentence/Example of Effeminate:
Real liberation wasn’t necessarily about making women more manly or allowing men to be effeminate.
And I will give children to be their princes, and the effeminate shall rule over them.
Another glimpse of d'Arthez is as the unselfish friend of Marie Gaston, a young poet of his stamp, but "effeminate."
She made her lover effeminate and materialistic, advising with him about everything.
It seemed almost effeminate to surrender his burden to one who had hardly yet rested after a long journey.
He was handsome in a cruel sort of way and almost effeminate in his liking to stand before them and admire himself.
They devoted themselves entirely to eating and drinking, and thus became effeminate in their souls as well as in their bodies.
They are effeminate, and disinclined to any kind of active exertion.
Many of them also produce an altogether unmanly, effeminate, bashful, and timid impression.
Why did the great Persian Empire become as effeminate as the empires it had supplanted?